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Time For A Nick Waterhouse Tour

05:01 PM Thursday 8/2/12 |   |

Nick Waterhouse has planned a fall excursion in support of his debut album, “Time’s All Gone.” 

The soulful singer puts his own current spin on influences including mid-century Americana’s R&B, rock and boogaloo. As LA Weekly says, “There’s a reason Waterhouse doesn’t describe what he does as nostalgia. It feels too alive.” NPR praised the 20-something crooner for showcasing “a musical intellect far beyond his years.”

Time’s All Gone, which was released in May on Innovative Leisure, includes his break out single, “Some Place,” which Waterhouse originally put out as a 45 with his own savings.

Waterhouse is accompanied on tour by his seven-piece band, The Tarots. The fall tour begins with a set at FYF Festival Sept. 2 and runs through Oct. 20 in San Francisco. All dates feature Allah-Las.   
 
Sept. 2 – Los Angeles, Calif., Los Angeles State Historic Park, FYF Festival
Sept. 26 – Denver, Colo., Larimer Lounge
Sept. 28 – St. Louis, Mo., Plush St. Louis
Sept. 29 – Indianapolis, Ind., White Rabbit
Sept. 30 – Nashville, Tenn., High Watt
Oct. 2 – Washington, D.C., Rock And Roll Hotel
Oct. 3 – Philadelphia, Pa., Johnny Brenda’s
Oct. 4 – Allston, Mass., Great Scott
Oct. 6 – New York, N.Y., Bowery Ballroom
Oct. 8 – Toronto, Ontario, Great Hall On Queen Street
Oct. 10 – Chicago, Ill., Lincoln Hall    
Oct. 11 – Minneapolis, Minn., Fine Line Music Cafe
Oct. 14 – Seattle, Wash., Neumos
Oct. 15 – Bellingham, Wash., Wild Buffalo House Of Music
Oct. 16 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Biltmore Cabaret
Oct. 17 – Portland, Ore., Star Theater
Oct. 20 – San Francisco, Calif., Bimbo’s 365 Club 

Tickets go on sale Aug. 3.

For more information visit NickWaterhouse.com

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